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a joint news conference about their long- term plan to find the missing malaysia airlines plane. authorities plan to expand the under water search in the indian ocean but australian officials are less optimistic that an unmanned sub from the united states will really find anything. >> i must say the chances of finding it, the probability is lower than it was when we started the search. >> a new preliminary report from malaysia confirms that radar tracked the plane as it turned west but air traffic controllers didn't realize the boeing 777 was missing until 17 minutes after it disappeared from civilian radar. >>> exclusively on kpix 5, the violence in ukraine is continuing to escalate. a couple of hours ago a cbs news producer was released after being held hostage. >> we spoke with erin lyall on the phone from ukraine this morning. she explains how she and a couple of other journalists were stopped at a checkpoint then blindfolded, taken to a warehouse and held for hours. >> there were some moments that were scary, you know, they asked us if we had children and families and we w
their long- term plan to find the missing malaysia airlines plane. as cbs reporter susan mcginnis tells us, the meeting comes amid a new revelation that air traffic controllers wasted time the day the plane disappeared. >>> reporter: nearly 8 weeks into the search for missing malaysia airlines flight 370, officials from malaysia, australia and france are vowing to press ahead to find the plane. >> i'm quietly confident that we are on the right track. >> reporter: while the aerial hunt was called off earlier this week, authorities plan to expand the under water hunt for the aircraft. australian officials, though, express doubts today that an unmanned u.s. navy submersible that's been scanning a remote part of the indian ocean would find any wreckage. >> i must say, the chances of finding it i think the probability is lower than it was when we started the search. >> reporter: on thursday, malaysian officials released a preliminary report. the five-page document confirmed radar tracked the plane as it turned west but that air traffic controllers did not realize the boeing 777 was missing unti
was seriously injured. >> catherine: happening now. nearly two months after flight 370 disappeared.malaysia airlines is advising relatives of the passengers that it's time to go home. there was no easy way to say it. us >> catherine: families were upset and crying. the airline has announced that it's closing the assistance centers where they've been gathered for weeks. one will close friday.others by may 7th. a new report meantime, points out that there was a 17-minute gap before >> catherine: anyone reported flight 370 as missing. and the last radio transmissions between the pilots and air traffic control were released. they give no hint of the trouble to come. >>recording >> catherine: that new report also indicates that it was four hours before a rescue mission was launched once it became clear the airliner was missing. some experts say however, that a faster response probably wouldn't have made much difference. >> catherine: relatives of south korean ferry victims protested near jindo harbor today. they're demanding that rescue efforts continue. 221 bodies have been recovered since the
. >> and relevant. >> absolutely. >> go clips. >>> let's get back to the big story on the malaysia flight 370. australian company is now standing by its research, says it -- saying that it may have found malaysia flight 370 in the bay of bengal. very different area from where the search is currently located. the findings from georesonance has drawn plenty of attention and skepticism with the main search focussed thousands of miles away. why is the company confident it found plane wreckage that could be the doomed plane? our correspondent went inside the firm to get better answers. anna? >> kate, we spent several hours with a couple of directors from georesonance and they are confident they found the wreckage of the plane in the bay of bengal. it's important to stress they are not saying that this is for sure mh370. but what they are saying is that they have evidence, they have proof that they have sent to malaysian airlines and to the governments of malay sharks china, and australia. they've given them coordinates and all they are asking is that authorities go there with with their navy, with
it malaysia's defense minister since i although the plan is not certain the findings will be investigated. survey company typically uses remote sensing technology to look for oil gas mineral deposits this week they spotted what might be the wreckage of an airliner. >> : a bill aimed at increasing jail time for juvenile to commit sexual assaults these photographs is a table with their victims at the scott one step closer to becoming law in california. all are based on the instant south bay high school student autry who committed suicide. >> : the victim family adjusts the legislation >> : passionate voice of a father larry testifying here at the public safety committee on behalf of senate bill 838. better known as autry's lot. is a bill aimed after all of it aimed at the 50 year-old got a daughter to tell the house a life back in 2012. following a sexual assault of balls cell phone photos of her naked body be made public. >> : alerted the public to discuss the trend of breaking unconscious it comes. use of technology to document these crimes and harass the victims. >> : they do not held re
the renewable fuel standard. >>> an australian company says it's found a plane wreckage that could be malaysia flight 370. the location? the bay of bengal. thousands of miles from the current underwater search area, a location search officials ruled out weeks ago. but this company, georesonance, says they have proof there is a plane under the water. these images, they say they gave the location information to malaysian officials on march 31st. malaysian officials say they're still assessing the information. also today, we heard for the first time the audio of the plane's final conversation with the control tower. miguel marquez is in perth tonight. miguel, officials called off the air search today. are they still confident they're searching in the right place, now we have these new images and allegations? >> yes, they are is the simple answer. they believe that tin mar sat data and the pings they heard, two of them of high quality, two of them of lower quality certainly are good. australian officials are discounting what georesonance is saying, that the area where they are looking isn't even o
time, family members looking for answers surrounding the missing malaysia airlines jet heard the entire final audio recordings from the cockpit. officials also showed the relatives maps of the flight's route including a questionable turn that sent the plane off course. this was very emotional for family members who have been asking for answers ever since the plane disappeared last month. officials say the plane likely ran out of fuel seven and a half hours into the flight. in the meantime, after seven weeks of an intense search from the skies, international air efforts have been called off in looking for the missing plane. shom ships will stay in the indian ocean to gather any debris that might surface. more than 600 military personnel from at least seven countries played a big part in the air efforts. underwater searchers continue fog the next eight months. >>> there is a new development in the incredible in the jet stowaway story. we're hearing from the mother of the teen who flew from san jose to hawaii in the wheel well of a commercial jet. this is a photo of the young man's mother
with a sour taste in their mouth. >> new video shows heartache in beijing and what had malaysia airlines flight 370 families so distraught hours ago. stay tuned. >>> uc berkeley students are disappointed that word of an in and out burger opening on campus is a hoax. a sign announcing the future opening of the burger joint at this building off campus drew a lost excitement on social media. it would save students to the next closest and officials were called and they said, hate to burst your bubble but there is no confirmed site so nothing opening there, and forget a burger, go to blondie's. >> i am sure the students are hot under the collar. >> it will be warm today. check out the beautiful sunrise from mount tamalpais and this is the backdrop to talk about the temperatures, nine to 15 degrees warmer-than-average from 75 in san francisco on antioch and 86 in san jose and 81 in hair and 13 degrees warmer than yesterday and 83 in oakland. at at&t park, 68 degrees at 7:15 and dropping to 62 under clear conditions. we will have 80's through the central valley and 90 in sacramento and chico. >
recovered. >>> officials heading up the search for malaysia flight 370 are combing the world to find the most advanced technology and equipment to jump-start that hunt. they are nailing down contracts. but the new gear will take time and money adding $60 million to in the soaring multinational tab. the u.s. alone has already spent over $11 million in the search effort. >>> president obama returns to washington after the four nation visit to asia. while overseas, the president faced increasing criticism over his foreign policy decisions and he's not getting much praise on either side domestically. devon dwyer is traveling with the president. ♪ >> reporter: on an asian trip about asserting american power, president obama paid tribute it to its greatest symbol. >> we are joined by men and wear women who stand tall and proud and wear the uniform of the united states of america. >> reporter: in a speech the president said a new agreement with the philippines will send american warships and fighter jets to bases here for the first time in more than 20 years. >> we'll
giving up hope. it's been 50 days since malaysia airlines flight 370 vanished. >> i regret to say that thus far none of our efforts in the air, on the surface, or under sea have found any wreckage. this is probably the most difficult search in human history. >> the most difficult search in human history. abbott's announcing a new phase in the operation, saying they are going to expand the underwater search and use private contractors. the new search area, 23,000 square miles. that's 150 times the area that they had been searching with the bluefin-21. that bluefin will continue to operate, but it's now going to be joined by sonar devices towed by ships, so they'll have more assets. it's expected to cost up to $56 million and could take another eight months. joining me now on the phone, navy commander william marks of the u.s. 7th fleet onboard the u.s.s. blue ridge. commander marks, good morning to you. as of now, american planes still flying over the search area. how much longer is the united states going to be involved here? >> that's right, we still are flying over the search ar
and continue to talk about the storm threat. >>> meantime, we have new developments in the search for malaysia air flight 370. officials are announcing a new phase in the operation as they decide to end the aerial search for the debray. debris. nbc's katy tur is in perth, australia, again. katy, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. certainly not the news update they wanted to have out of here today, announcing that they are suspending the aerial search and entering yet another new phase of the underwater search. meanwhile, bluefin-21 is still doing its dives. it's on number 16 right now. but things are not looking good. on day 52 without a single piece of wreckage, australian officials were forced to admit their "most promising lead" may not deliver. >> we're still baffled and disappointed that we haven't been able to find undersea wreckage. >> reporter: overnight, australian officials outlined a new phase that includes hiring private contractors with side broader area. the time span, six to eight months. the cost, $60 million. as for families, still questions without answers.
warmer. . >>> welcome back. 6:13 is the time, and the underwater search for the missing malaysia flight is now expanded. they failed to locate any debris from the plane in the targeted search area and now they will have to search a wider area of the indian other then and that's believed to be the plane crash into the water. the search has been called off a preliminary report on the crash and it is expected to be released sometime this week. >>> we have new information about that deadly boat and now we are finding out three members of the crew may have destroyed evidence relating to the investigation. those crew members may have been arrested and you can see the ship's captain was arrested on the first day. he didn't even know it was the captain at the time and today divers are renewing their efforts still trapped in that sunk ken ferry boths. the people looking are accused of negligence and not helping indeed and the prime minister has resigned and he is taking responsibility for the ferry boat sinking and slow reaction to the public and he also apologized on behalf of the government. >
the hopes we had have been dashed. the australian brim minister said he was baffled. the malaysia prime minister says they have made no progress since march 28. the whole last month have been a waste of time. >> to be fair, the pings could have come from the plane. >> no, they couldn't have. they took the location of the best ping, searched the area around it within detection radius and it wasn't there. that means whatever caused that ping was not mh370. you recall there was reason we suspected that to begin with, the frequency was wrong. so this is a very important data point. this is why we're hearing this kind of disappointment from the australian and malaysian prime minister. now we have this huge area, why? we don't have any good idea where this thing is. >> they're telling us the entire probable impact zone. what does that mean to you? 23,000 square feet? >> when we've come to a dead-end, this thread of the investigation has reached a dead-end, what do you do when you've got nothing else to do? just kind of cast a huge net. look at this, 150 times larger. this is a huge area to se
to be like this when you have a team that is 70% african american players. >> reporter: from malaysia president obama. >> obviously the nba is a league that is beloved by fans all across the country. got an awful lot of african american players which steeped in african american culture. and i suspect that the nba is going to be deeply concerned in resolving this. >> reporter: the issue, captured sterling's own words. >> who makes the game? do i make the game or do they make the game? >> and fans are finding creative ways to express themselves in this. take a look at this picture tweeted from the game in oakland this afternoon. two guys, different races definitely getting their point across. from the newsroom, debora villalon, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> more details the naacp tweeted. donald sterling will not be receiving a long time achievement award for the los angeles branch of the naacp. if you're silent about this, then you're accepting of this. >> reporter: and joe fonzi joins us now with some of the words on the role. >> reporter: the los angeles clipper players have chosen for no
by sterling at a news conference he held with malaysia's prime minister. >> when ignorant folks want to advertise their ignorance, you just let them talk. you don't have to do anything. that's what happened here. i have confidence that the nba commissioner, adam silver, a good man, will address this. >> reporter: it's continuing to wrestle with the race and segregation. >>> fbi searching for clues why a young mother killed her infant son. was found in regional park yesterday morning. police thought they were investigating a car crash but when they got there, they found her walking down the road with her dead baby in her arms. >> it appears from our investigation now that she emerged from the vehicle with the child and went into a camp royal proper and that we believe is where the murder occurred. she was carrying the child on her way back down here when officers encountered her. >> police said the baby had been stabbed. it also appears the mother tried to commit suicide. >>> a bill known as audrey's law goes into effect on tuesday. it's named after audrey pot, naked pictures were pas
and business center. mr. obama is the first center to visit malaysia in almost 50 years. he also addressed relatives of flight 370 defending malaysia's government's handling of the search for that missing jetliner. the president also offering his sympathy to the families and pledging continued support in the search. >> i want to again express the deepest condolences of the american people to all the families who lost loved ones on that flight. malaysian, american, chinese and people from many other nations. as we have since the beginning of this tragedy, we are working closely with our malaysian partners and continue to provide all the assistance we can in their search and the investigation and today the prime minister and i discussed some of the lessons being learned from this tragedy and how nations including our own might improve to continue our cooperation moving forward. >> coming up at 9:15 we will have more on the president's trip with our political analyst michael yaki. >>> expect wet roads and sprinkles. here's a live look from our mount tam cam. i'll talk about when the wet weath
a response from president obama traveling in malaysia. >> when ignorant folks want to advertise their ignorance, you don't really have to do anything. you just let them talk, and that's what happened here. >> the president was asked about the audio recording during a news conference with malaysia's prime minister. president obama said he is confident that the nba is aware and will address the issue. and many people on social media are expressing their opinions. tell us what you think. go to the ktvu facebook page. we are asking if the recording turns out to be indeed authentic, what should the repercussions be? >>> new this morning, history was made in an unprecedented ceremony at the vatican. pope francis canonized two former popes making pope john xxiii and pope john paul ii saints. it was the first time air reigning and a retired pope celebrated mass together in public and also the first time that two pontiffs were made saints in one ceremony. in an effort to get the best vantage points, many camped out on side streets, and others stayed up all night to attend prayer vigils.
scrubbed those operations today. >>> president obama is making an historic visit to malaysia, the first u.s. president to visit the muslim majority country in 50 years. the king of malaysia thanks the president for america's help to help to locate the commercial plane that disappeared seven weeks en route from kuala lumpur to beijing. >>> a 73-year-old woman was killed after a driver ran his suv into a busy ice cream shop. he was apparently try doing back his vehicle out of a parking spot and supposedly lurched forward into a line of people waiting to get into the ice cream parlor around 6:00 last night. the wolwas pinned under the suv. workers rescued from inside the packed restaurant to help the injured. police say so far the driver a man in his 80s or early 80s has not been cited. >>> nevada rancher cliven bundy is asking for forgiveness for racially offensive comments made earlier this week. >> i hope that i didn't offend anybody, if i did, i ask for their forgiveness, but i'm not with drawing what i said. the things that i said i meant. >> earlier this week bundy asked if "african-
. tonight, the president heads to malaysia, home to another developing headline. the search for the missing jetliner and the 239 vanished people on board. in washington, kron 4 news. >>> the annual convention of the n r a is up and running, in indianapolis, several contenders for president was scheduled to speak there today. florida senator, and former pennsylvania senator rick. they will all be speaking at the conventions leadership forum about gun right ts and pushing back on gun control measures. >>> coming up at 5:45, cats and dogs, reptiles and bird, the illnesses that you can catch from your pets. and next, do you hit the snooze button in the morning? how the bay area stacks up to the rest of the country when it comes to arriving at work. stocks closing lower this friday, wiping out the week's games, dispinting earnings reports from ford and other big companies as well as concern over the escalating tensions in ukraine weighed on the market today. wirethey're big. fast. andome. dependable. and at net10 wireless, we let you tweet, text, talk and surf... on those amazing nationwide netw
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